7 Reviews

This is as good as it sounds,I will make this again. thanks Inez for another keeper!!

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Jeff Hixson January 23, 2003

I had forgotten all about this recipe until this morning. I was looking through my saved recipes for something to make for dinner tonight and this is perfect! I made it about a year ago and it was delicious!!

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lovestocook #6 July 27, 2010

Definitely use a roast with a layer of fat on it to make sure you get a great sauce, but the mean is tender and delicious!

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kileycl September 13, 2009

This came out delicious! I made it in my clay cooker. I added some bone in chicken breast,1 sliced onion. I poured the liquid in a saucepan to make my gravy; fantastic! Thanks for posting. Sage/Rita

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Sage September 17, 2007

Another excellent recipe by MissNezz. I followed the recipe exactly except omitted the salt-dietary restrictions.The roast was tender and cooked perfectly. The sauce was delicious. Thanks again for another keeper.

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Kate in Ontario March 13, 2005

Lovely recipe - exactly the way my mom use to make! I quartered the garlic cloves, instead of slicing - I love it when you unexpectedly bite into a piece of garlic. :) This was my first time ever making a pork roast, I made it in my Romertoph and it came out delicious! Thank you for posting this recipe.

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- Carla - February 06, 2005

I had to cook mine way over 3 hours because some parts of the pork wasn't cooked through, so there wasn't much drippings left over to make a sauce. I just made my own gravy. The taste of the pork itself was pretty good, though.

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Shasha June 02, 2003
Garlic Pork Roast